Each of our brain cells could work like a mini-computer, according to the first recording of electrical activity in human cells at a super-fine level of detail. The study has revealed a key structural difference between human and mouse neurons that could help explain our superior powers of intelligence. […]
We as a human needs seven to nine hours, but it may vary from person to person. Some people can actually get by on a few hours of sleep per night, while others are long sleepers, they need 11 hours nightly.
Matthew Walker, a neuroscientist who’s an expert on sleep, previously told Business Insider, “The shorter your sleep, the shorter your life.” Here’s why.
Researchers from the University of Washington and Carnegie Mellon University have effectively discovered a gadget that allows connecting 3 brains, empowering them to share thoughts and coordinate while playing a Tetris-style game together. The team says it could eventually be used to connect many different minds together, even […]
Forgetful is a normal part of aging, but that doesn’t mean we can’t take action to slow it down a little. We can improve our memory by meditating, giving a proper sleep and so on.
The brain is a soft mass of supportive tissues and nerves connected to the spinal cord
Hallucination is a false experience involving the apparent perception of something not exist and specify abnormality in perception, it seems very real or true but actually, it is created by your mind. This false perception is not considered for by the people’s religious or cultural background. Some people experiencing hallucinations may be aware that the perceptions are false, whereas others may truly believe that what they are seeing, hearing, tasting, feeling, or smelling is real. We know from fMRI (Functional magnetic resonance imaging) studies that these hallucinations activate the same brain areas as sight, areas that are not activated by imagination. Many other hallucinations, including smells, sights, and sounds, also involve the same brain areas as real sensory experiences.
Research has discovered some key contrasts that could clarify why we anticipate that male and females will think and carry on in trademark ways.
A recent report in 2015 at Tel Aviv University utilized an intriguing and extremely intensive way to deal with analyze the structure of male and female brains. Specialists looked at MRI scans of more than 1,400 individuals.
The child that practices of cursive writing, see a value in kids mastering those curlicues and flourishes beyond them forging a Declaration of Independence-worthy signature.
Two-thirds of the population of the world believe a myth that has been propagated for over a century: that we use only 10% of our brains. But Richard E. Cytowic debunks this neurological myth.